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John F. Kennedy Speech, September 26, 1963


Published September 26, 1963


Address at the Mormon Tabernacle. Salt Lake City, UT.


Date 1963-09-26 00:00:00
Source John F. Kennedy Presidential Library
Run time 27:17
Label / Recorded by White House


Notes

A digital copy of this White House recording has been provided by the Miller Center of Public Affairs. For more information on this and other recordings, visit the Miller Center's Scripps Library.

Reviews

Reviewer: dustydomino - - July 30, 2007
Subject: What if JFK hadn't died
If Jack Kennedy had lived out his life,I believe America would have not seen the horror,s of 9-11. If Jack had lived out his life,we would know much better what to do today. We would have been a much better nation-what we lost 11-22-63 is truly unfathomable. God save us, Dusty
Reviewer: JEH2006 - - May 20, 2006
Subject: Morality Strengthened
...basic Mormon beliefs and their implementation into our country's system could have brought hope to the generation of Peace...
Reviewer: Spuzz - - April 30, 2005
Subject: Don't fence me in.
In this speech JFK talks about the importance of Mormons in US history, and also talks about the US's role in world politics. Funny how he mentions how U.S. involvement in world affairs was virtually nonexistent before WWII. That is was just a fenced up country..
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